Tag Archives: thoughts

Getting lost

Sometimes you just need to get lost in order to find your way again. And silence slowly becomes your most loyal companion in this strange journey with no map, or even destination. You walk, like through the street of a … Continue reading

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Blossoming

Sometimes you get stuck in a creative rut, or you simply have so many things spinning around your head that you can hardly focus on one single thing (I notice that the adverb simply acquires quite an ironic nuance in the … Continue reading

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An end, a beginning.

I look into the water and it’s like travelling through time and submerging in a parallel universe, where everything endlessly repeats itself yet adquires new meanings and nuances.  An instant. My end and my beginning, love exploding in all its … Continue reading

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One year, ten photographs

I have always believed that in order to move forward you sometimes need to stop and look back at what you did, so to keep things in the right perspective and really become aware of the road you have travelled … Continue reading

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The Journey

It’s late on a winter’s day and the boat has set sail. The assuring shore is slowly fading away in the night, swallowing everything in its darkening cold blue, and earth and sky are melting into each other in a … Continue reading

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Dream big, it’s Christmas time.

Today it’s bank holiday in Italy, but it’s not just a day off from work. It’s the day you decorate your Christmas tree. So here I am, surrounded with decorations all around my house, struggling with lights on the tree … Continue reading

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Photography and the Self.

In a recent post Emma wrote about Help Portrait, an amazing project aiming at mobilizing photographer to grab their cameras, find people in need in their local community and take their picture. This made me think about how much photography … Continue reading

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